Around the Corner
Dramatic and clear explanation of how a vehicle can turn a corner keeping the wheels from skidding because the differential is at work.
Producer Handy (Jam) OrganizationSponsor Chevrolet Division, General Motors CorporationAudio/Visual sound, color
05:55:39:21 05:55:44:05 LS TS men riding motorcycles standing on their seats
05:55:44:06 05:55:48:00 MS TS side view man riding motorcycle standing vertically on the seat + saluting
05:55:53:03 05:56:05:28 TS LS 4 men riding on 1 motorcycle doing acrobatic balancing stunts
05:56:06:09 05:56:51:14 HA LS 17 men riding motorcycles in ornamental configurations
05:56:56:27 05:57:19:07 VS HA LS 5 men on motorcycles riding together in circle / superimposed curved lines + arrow indicating turn radius / 3 center riders disappear / inner + outer most motorcycles complete circle
05:57:28:21 05:57:40:16 LS PAN man turning around on dirt road in antique car / passing by camera + driving off up dirt road
05:57:40:29 05:57:49:07 VS CU rear axel of antique car w/ one wheel spinning + kicking up dirt / LS old car taking off up rustic dirt road
05:58:10:20 05:58:19:00 CU LA MS rear two wheels of car turning / cover of differential disappears revealing spinning gear
05:58:24:20 05:58:35:12 MS 2 mini car tires w/ Chevrolet hubcaps mounted to two separate axels / disembodied arm reaching into frame + turning wheels
"We wish to express our appreciation to the Riders of Victor McLaglen, star of 'The Informer' and other famous Hollywood productions, for their co-operation during the filming of this picture."
May 4, 2016
Let's add another rod...
Unexpectedly entertaining film about turning axles opens with the most anazing motorcade you will ever see. An oviously well trained group of cyclists do incredible tricks, with three men on one cycle, breath-taking precision routines and STANDING on a motorcycle. My Gosh! These arent shriners!
Soon, the narrator comes in about the ability to turn on precision, and a fascinating history about the axle is shown, and then details about how the axle works in a car. While this may sound boring, it's told in a quite direct and entertaining way.
But it's interesting how Jem Handy obviously put something in front of a drab subject to make it more palatable. Even otherwise, this film is reccomended.